Holiday Gift Guide on Main Street Frisco

Posted by: admin December 6th, 2018

The holidays are right around the corner and, if you’re anything like me, you probably haven’t made any sort of headway on your shopping list. As a Colorado transplant, however, I have made it my mission to send my family gifts that are uniquely Colorado, and where better to do that than Frisco Main Street? So, without further adieu, here is my shopping list for the Holidays of 2018.

My mother, strong woman that she is, has always had a certain weakness for Willow Tree angels, and, miracle of miracles, I managed to find one shop here on Main Street that sells them. That shop is none other than Frisco’s Fun and Formal.

For as long as I can remember, my father has always been able to bring a smile to my face, usually with a well-placed joke, and so I decided to return the favor. Knowing his sense of humor, and the fact that he still wears those ridiculous rainbow houndstooth print shorts we bought him for Father’s Day several years back, I thought he would get a kick out of this particular tee from the Frisco Emporium.  

Despite not being the closest of siblings growing up, my sister has become one of my favorite people. She never fails to remind me that she loves me, even when I royally screw things up. This pair of socks from Wyatt West’s collection perfectly sums up our relationship.

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I’ve recently discovered that my oldest niece, having just turned eight, is a very big reader, and who better to feed into that than the biggest reader in our family? Needless to say, I’m heading over to Next Page to spend some quality time picking out a good book to send her. If I also happen to pick up a vanilla chai tea latte for me, who really needs to know?

In a complete contrast to her sister, my youngest niece is more interested in recess and playing with her friends than spending hours lost in a really good book. I’m going to have to get creative with this one, but I think I may stop in at Frisco Thrift and Treasure to see if I can find her a truly unique gift.  

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Shopping for men is really not the easiest task. My brother, bless his heart, is really only interested in cars and guitars. However, I have never found an ironic tee that he didn’t like. Sounds like I will be making my way over to Colorado Special Tees and taking a look around. I’m sure to find something for him.

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Last, but certainly not least, I need to find a gift for my husband. This is usually the most difficult item on my holiday task list. After nearly a decade of being together, I think I may actually have made the right decision in taking in taking the time to actually make him something instead of going with a store-bought gift. I plan on spending a morning in none other than The Sunny Side Up Studio creating a truly unique piece of art.

Sounds like I have my work cut out for me with my shopping list. At least I won’t have to wrap all of this myself. That’s right, folks. If you bring in the gifts you’ve bought in Frisco as well as the receipt for each item, the Frisco/Copper Visitor Information Center will wrap them for you. The Center is open from nine until five every day of the week, but will only be wrapping gifts until December 23rd. So get out there and get shopping! Happy Holidays.